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precaution by officials and police. >> police say the parents are not being allowed to pick up their children at this time right now. they can go to the southeast corner of homestead road to get more information. we have a crew on the way to the scene and are working the phones now. as soon as we get more information, we will certainly pass it along in this broadcast. a federal appeals court says president barack obama violated the constitution. the u.s. court in washington says he did not have the power to make recess appointments to the national labor relations board early last year. president obama claims he acted properly because the senate was away for the holidays. the court says the senate was technically in session since lawmakers held so-called pro forma sessions. exxonmobil has dethroned apple as the world's most valuable company. apple stock fell since earnings reports on wednesday. it fell to $442 today for a
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market capitalization of $415.6 billion. it followed a 12% drop yesterday. exxon gained 10 cents today with a market capitalization of $417 billion. the fate of drakes bay oyster company could be decided. they are is using the government after the permit to use the point reyes national seashore expired in november. the judge will decide whether to allow the company to operate while the case is heard. mountain lions may be saved who wander too far into our neighborhoods. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington tells us a number of options are on the table. >> this bill becomes a signal, message, to every citizen of california to think differently about lions. >> reporter: it was early last month that two lion cubs were killed by game wardens in half moon bay. at the time, they were deemed dangerous to the public but were later found to be only 4
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months old weighing less than 15 pounds each. the incident caused an uproar. the director of the department of fish and wildlife said he regretted the shooting and now senator jerry hill of san mateo introduced senate bill 132 legislation that could reform mountain lion encounters. >> the bill requires wardens to pursue nonlethal options when humans are not at risk. >> reporter: the animals would be rehab today and relocated. right now guidelines allow any lion to be killed. rehabilitation is illegal in california with big cats. now they could use bait or traps, two pursue a lion until it's cornered, three, use tranquilize guns or pills, four monitoring the animals with collars or surgical implants, and, five, tasing. that's hazing, with loud noise.
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they would allow the department to partner with veterinarians and other organizations who have experience dealing with wildlife. >> ic our fish and wildlife wardens do an outstanding job every day. and they are under harsh conditions and with very limited resources. so what we're doing is trying to offer them the tools that they can put in their toolbox when they encounter mountain lions. >> reporter: a spokeswoman with a group called wild rescue told me no matter what happens with that bill, they still plan to secure 10 acres for mountain lion rehabilitation if and when it's needed. in san mateo, elissa harrington, cbs 5. a federal judge has ordered the city of new orleans to scale back its plan for creating a clean zone restricting banners, signs and flags during the super bowl. the judge ruled the city can only enforce the limits in an area near the superdome. the ruling comes after the american civil liberties union said a new city ordinance and code enforcement guide trampled on free speech rights. and there's been a rush to
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scoop up 49ers gear but much of the stuff you see being sold on the streets is counterfeit. one vendor told us his gear was licensed but customs confirmed it was counterfeit. one agent said the bargain prices are no bargain. >> downside is you're not getting a genuine product. the quality is probably not good. there may be chemicals that are not approved to be used. >> official nfl gear will have a hologram, tags and higher price. the nfl gets a cut of the sales and distributes it among the franchises including the 49ers. there they are. >> i'm holding super bowl tickets for next sunday. i'm going! i'm going. i don't have any reservations just yet but that's in the works. >> one lucky guy. one of several 9ers fans who won the team's ticket lottery. they got to pick up those tickets this morning. now the question is, will they
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take the tickets and make their way to the game or will they sell them and keep the cash? >> i am jacked up. i have been trying to figure out all week whether i want to sell them or keep them. but all my friends are telling me i have to go, it's a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity. i'm going. i don't care about the money. i'm a fan. i'm going. >> i'm open to if anybody wants to purchase them for -- a high price, by al means. i plan to be there. >> i'm on the way to new orleans. >> you're not going to sell them? >> call me if the price is right. >> most people paid $1,700 for tickets. those who are going say they will get there any way they can, some driving, some flying into neighboring states and driving to new orleans. >> if you tell them it might pay for your season ticket next year the whole year but then you don't go to the game. it's been three weeks since
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the oil tanker hit a bridge. heavy fog could be to blame. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran just got an up-close look at the damage. >> reporter: good afternoon. we wrapped up our media boat tour taking a look at the damage. and we have seen there's quite a bit of progress that's been made. the first steps were to remove that damaged part of that fender, all 47 feet of it. caltrans says crews started work on tuesday. we got an up-close look at the sections of debris workers pulled away. now, remember, these repairs came after that oil tanker, the overseas reymar sideswiping the bridge earlier this month. caltrans says will take about a week to get the debris off but the whole process will take four and a half months. >> going to be a very complex process. as you can see, this is a big structure. but we have a good team at work on it, and we know things are going to be going according to
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schedule. >> reporter: right now the estimated cost to fix the fender is between $2 million to $3 million. but the caltrans spokesman i talked to said it's just an estimate. they will know more details once they get to work on the fender. reporting live from caltrans headquarters, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> amazing the damage a little bump can do. thanks, cate. >> expensive. coming up next, colin kaepernick tells us which one of his infamous tatoos is his favorite. >> and researchers think they may have found a cause of migraines. why it has to do with what's going on in the sky. hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. a little sunshine beginning to break out but don't let that fool you. a chance of showers is on the way. what about the weekend? we'll talk about that coming up.
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three schools on lockdown in the south bay. the schools involved are homestead high ddle school updating you on breaking news. three schools on lockdown right now in the south bay. the schools are there on your screen: homestead high school, cupertino middle school and west valley elementary school in sunnyvale. the trouble started after a shooting was reported this morning in sunnyvale. as police search for an armed suspect the schools were notified as a precaution. only cupertino middle school is in the actual search area- proper. homestead high school and west valley elementary school were just added as a precaution. people are being told -- parents are being told not to go to the schools to pick up children. no reports of any injuries at any of the schools. this is a precautionary move on the part of the police department and the school district in sunnyvale. we'll keep you posted throughout the broadcast. in health news, the centers for disease control now says the flu has spread to all 50
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states. health officials are saying cases are still rising here in the west. but they are leveling off or declining further east. the season's first flu case resistant to tamiflu was reported today. tamiflu is commonly used to treat the flu. so far, the flu has killed 37 children in the u.s. this year. about 100 children are killed in an average flu season. the cdc says a new norovirus strain is sickening hundreds in the u.s. the strain spread rapidly from last september to december. symptoms are cramps, fever, chills, vomiting and diarrhea. it spreads quickly on cruises ships, nursing homes and schools. and it turns outlying might actually give you a headache. researchers found that a lightning strike within 25 miles of the person caused a headache or migraine for almost a quarter of those that were studied. scientists believe the headaches may be caused by negatively charged lightning
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currents or changes in the barometric pressure. >> probably the one on the inside of my arm that says "my gift is my curse." i just feel like that's something that applies to my life in many different ways. i mean, being a nfl quarterback, there's a lot of advantages that come with it there's a lot of doors that open when you're a quarterback. but at the same time, you're under a lot of scrutiny. there's a lot of things you can't do, as well. >> well, that of course was colin kaepernick talking about too tuesday. and i would imagine he will be doing that all week long in new orleans. the quarterback's ink has been a discussion point since he became the starting quarterback. they are heading to new orleans on sunday. he ordered pizzas for the reporters. smart man. >> he knows the way to a field crew's heart. >> that's right. >> you can't buy our love. >> no -- yes you can! pizza is a good way to start. [ laughter ] >> okay.
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we can't buy a good weather forecast, either. >> no. temperatures struggling to get into the 50s in some spots outside. scattered showers early on this morning. for the most part that's dried out but we could very well see a few showers pop up this afternoon. we are seeing just a little return there in the south bay now. maybe a little more as we head into the afternoon. a lot of fog beginning to lift in toward the san jose area. showers possible into the afternoon. mostly cloudy tonight again but still a chance and then unsettled throughout the weekend. i don't think it's going to be a washout but there's a chance we could see some cold showers on both days. out over the bay. we're looking good. temperatures beginning to bump up a bit. 61 in concord. 60 in san francisco. and 58 degrees still some fog into san jose. we have a couple of systems out here one to the south that continues to spin off the coastline. it's been sending moisture up in our direction but it's this next one that's going to drop into the bay area. this cold front is going to bring with it some very cold air out of the gulf of alaska. so probably about a 30% chance of a few raindrops but otherwise, it is just going to
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be cold outside. all right, let's check it out on our futurecast. you can see this afternoon maybe a couple pop-up showers developing in the south bay and then the cold front swings in overnight bringing with it more clouds tonight and a chance of a few scattered showers into i think early tomorrow morning. and then it looks like as we get into the afternoon things begin to dry out again. so not a big system headed our way but that's going to bring in some cold air. temperatures by this afternoon as high as 63 degrees in san jose. 61 in san mateo. and 60 degrees in hayward. east bay numbers running up into the 50s and 60s this afternoon. and as you get inside the bay, we will find some clouds continuing to move on through and a little sunshine. but 62 in oakland. and about 59 degrees in san francisco. looking out over the next couple of days, looks fairly ominous here on our forecast. but really not going to be that bad. just a chance of some scattered showers each day on saturday and sunday. but look at the temperatures. struggling to get in the 50s in some parts of the bay area. it's going to be chilly. then it looks like toward the middle of the next week, temperatures warm up and that
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sunshine makes a return. >> why is that always the case? rains on the weekend. >> do indoor chores this weekend. >> sounds like a plan. tony tantillo is in the kitchen today with his daughter stephanie with a new take on an old classic. >> today my daughter and i are going to make a beautiful potato salad with a twist. boil the potatoes and saw at a string beans and put them in. we don't want them too soft. >> we add a little water to give it a little steam so the beans get tender on the inside and we'll plate it and give it your twist. >> okay. first red onions. slice of onion. so we put some cherry tomatoes on top, bread crumbs, and we
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toasted these in just olive oil. balsamic vinegar and parsley. >> and that's it. >> and a little bit of garlic powder. you can taste it as you go to see how much you want. the sauce on top binds everything. >> i'll add a little pepper and red pepper because you know how much i love that. perfect. thank you, steph. >> all done. >> other side. beautiful. bye-bye. so healthy. >> hungry? >> yeah. he always gets me. >> he does. still ahead, a push for the 51st state and the little dog gets a big rescue in l.a. why rescuers couldn't use a boat to get to her.
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photos are showing world war 2 in a whole new light... life magazine opened up its archives and posted these color nline. they show some new colored photos are showing world war ii in a whole new light. "life" magazine posted color photos online. they show american soldiers snapshots in time from before and after d-day. kodak invented color film in 1935. but war photos were easier to process in black and white to transmit home. but a little history right there. and you may have to add another star to your american flag if one u.s. senator gets his way. senator tom harper of delaware is introducing legislation that would make the district of
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columbia the 51st state. it would be called new columbia but most people believe the bill has little chance of passing. >> that would open up a can of worms. a hunt under way in south africa after 10,000 crocodiles escaped from a reptile farm in rising floodwaters. only half have been captured and one was found 75 miles away at a school rugby field. let's check this elaborate rescue for a little lucky dog. rescuers were called to mcarthur park in downtown l.a. yesterday when someone spotted the dog stranded in the middle of the lake. >> i had to come out and see for myself before sending somebody out. it didn't seem possible. i saw the it stranded. >> rescuers had to swim to the dog, put her in a harness.
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and hoisted her on a zipline to safety. no microchip so unless her owner comes forward, she will be adopted. i bet she will get snapped up in no time. >> if they swam out, why don't they just swim in? >> maybe she would fight with them? >> she made it. coming up they perform on the field. >> but this line is proving that football players can dance too. you won't want to miss the 9ers victory dance coming up next.
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alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] go from zero to pizza in just 60 seconds with totino's pizza rolls and grab a bite of snack-defying, satisfying... because pizza...never...misses. it's on. let's roll.
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on lockdown in the south bay. students at homestead high school, cupertino middle school valley elementa updating on the breaking story, three schools on lockdown in the south bay. students at homestead high school, cupertino middle school and west valley elementary school in sunnyvale are staying inside while police search the area for a man with a gun. the allege gunman was never on a school campus. this is just a precaution after witnesses saw a man with a gun in the neighborhood. parents are told not to go to the schools at this time. what do the 49ers do after a workout? it's just as important as the workout itself. the recovery drinks the players have waiting for them in the locker room in tonight's healthwatch. >> along that theme, we know they are great on the gridiron but apparently they can bust a little move off the field, as well. check it out. ♪ [ music ]♪
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>> i love the group dance. >> tremendous. >> some of the offensive linemen showing off their footwork. that's alex boone, joe staley and mike iupati competing in a dance to promote the videogame "just dance 4." they danced to "call me maybe." i'm sure they get a pretty penny for that, as well. >> all right. >> countdown in what makes you beautiful. >> these are the linemen you know -- the gridiron big guys. >> they have to be quick on their feet. good with them. >> impressive. >> we love seeing 9er fan photos. check it out. this is gabby from napa definitely loves the 49ers. >> she is taking one for the team in her photo. they better win because that has to be worth it. doesn't it? keep the photos coming to us at news@kpix.com or upload them to our website, cbssf.com.
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>> our crew is heading out this weekend to new orleans. tune in all weekend and all next week. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ron: years ago i made a promise to provide the best for my family in sickness and in health. carol and i needed help figuring out what's
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>> donna: talk about timing. i'm right here to catch you if you fall. >> taylor: [ gasps ] busy? >> thomas: well, when everything i do has to be approved by rick, kind of jams up the creative flow. >> taylor: i can imagine. >> thomas: i was so close, mom. >> taylor: you were more than close, thomas. you were there. your father appointed you c.e.o. and then what happened is what always happens. things just somehow fall into the logans' hands. you deserved better, thomas. >> thomas: yeah, but it's not gonna happen for me here. i can't spend the rest of my career begging rick to take my ideas. mom, i told you. i'm going to paris. >> taylor: well, that might be good to get away and maybe go visit your father. >> thomas: yeah. well, i'm thinking i might not come back. >> marcus: [ b

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